Course:Law3020/2014WT1/Group C/Liberty & Paternalism
Liberty and Paternalism
Liberalism is concerned with determining when and why the law should interfere with individual liberty. This theory is headed by the thoughts of John Stuart Mill.
Paternalism challenges liberalism and argues that there may be situations in which interference with individual liberty is justified. This theory is headed by the thoughts of Gerald Dworkin.
John Stuart Mill and Liberty
Tyranny of the Majority
Limits on Liberty
Exceptions to the Rule of Liberty